While world leaders at the United Nations General Assembly are pontificating about creating and keeping peace, Palestinian Authority terrorists are escalating their attacks on Israeli civilians on the roads and elsewhere in Judea and Samaria.
An Israeli driver came under a hail of rocks Tuesday as Arab terrorists attacked his vehicle in Gush Etzion. The car was hit while traveling on the road near the Jewish community of Ma’ale Amos in Judea.
No one in the vehicle was physically injured, but the vehicle itself was damaged.
Further south, in Judea, terrorists hurled a firebomb towards the security fence of the Jewish community of Karmei Tzur, in Judea.
Israeli drivers were attacked while traveling on the road past the Arab village of Tuq’ua, near the Jewish community of Tekoa.
The vehicles came under a hail of rocks in Arab terror stoning attacks Tuesday night, according to the Hatzoloh emergency response service in Judea and Samaria.
Dozens of Arab terrorists launched a stoning attack on IDF soldiers who were stationed in Hebron on Tuesday afternoon.
The troops responded with riot dispersal methods used specifically for breaking up violent demonstrations.
No physical injuries were reported. All military personnel returned safely to base.
Arab terrorists attacked IDF soldiers in several locations around Jerusalem on Tuesday evening.
Near the Mount of Olives, an IDF patrol unit was struck by paint-filled bottles and a hail of rocks.
A glass bottle was hurled at IDF forces stationed near the Temple Mount in the Old City of Jerusalem.
Two firebombs (Molotov cocktails) were thrown at forces in the capital as well. One of the firebombs ignited a small fire.
The White House has publicly accused the Russian military of being behind Monday's bombing of a humanitarian convoy in Syria.
"All of our information indicates clearly that this was an airstrike," White House Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes told reporters.
"That means there only could have been two entities responsible — the Syrian regime or the Russian government."
Earlier on Tuesday, the Russian Foreign Ministry expressed outrage at the "flagrant attempts of some foreign backers of armed rebels and terrorists in Syria" to shift blame on the UN convoy to Moscow and Damascus.
The UN-Syrian Arab Red Crescent aid convoy traveling to Aleppo province was hit late on Monday. The incident wrecked 18 out of 31 trucks with humanitarian aid on board and killed roughly 20 people, according to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies.
Thousands of people in Brussels have taken to streets to protest against the planned free trade deals between the US, the EU and Canada amid fears that they may affect labor conditions and environment as well as violate consumer rights.
Some 10,000 to 15,000 people from trade unions, environmental and consumer groups have taken part in protests against the US-EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) and Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) on Tuesday, the organizers said, according to AP. Police put the number of protesters at 6,000.
Greenpeace activists in chemical protection suits were seen spraying white paint graffiti with anti-TTIP and anti-CETA slogans on the streets. After that, several vehicles took a large crowd carrying placards to the European Commission headquarters in Brussels.
Critics of the deals have compared them to a Trojan horse, which explains two inflatable horses placed outside the Commission headquarters, representing TTIP and CETA. It is feared the deals will undermine food, environment and labor standards if enforced.
The protest is held in hope that the talks between the US and the EU scheduled for Friday in Bratislava will falter due to lack of support from Europe.
Three days ago seven German cities, including Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Leipzig, Munich, and Stuttgart saw similar demonstrations. At least 100,000 protesters rallied in Germany, speaking out against the deals, Deutsche Welle reported, citing the German police.
Thursday morning, residents in Boston witnessed a bizarre and disturbing event that sounds like something out of a Hitchcock movie: 47 dead birds fell from the sky over their neighborhood for no obvious reason.
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